Retirees Association


The Retirees Association welcomes those who have served Wright State University as a faculty or staff member over the years.

Staying Connected

Stay connected with the university and commemorate with past colleagues.


Thursday, July 12, 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Temple Beth Or, 5275 Marshall Road, Dayton, OH 45429
Thursday, July 12, 6 pm to 7 pm
Miami Valley Hospital South Conference Center - Room 1315
Monday, July 16
Heatherwoode Golf Club
Sunday, July 29, 10 am to 10 pm
Kings Island


DDN OpEd: Numbers make a good case for Ohio's public universities
June 18 2018

President Cheryl B. Schrader makes the case for maintaining a strong system of public higher education in our state

Archdeacon: ‘Billy Buckets’ eager to make name for himself at Wright State
June 15 2018

“I trust Coach Nagy and Coach Cooley a lot. They know what they’re doing."

Dayton’s historic innovations also include dance
June 14 2018

Wright State will host daily dance workshops during Dayton Historic Dance Week.

Wright State Newsroom

Ohio researchers from academia, government and business work to create more trust in autonomous systems

A team of Ohio researchers, including representatives of the Wright State Research Institute, is working with the Air Force Research Laboratory to ensure the safety and cyber security of autonomous systems.

Wright State pilot project on textbooks, online access saved students almost twice what was estimated

Wright State will expand the pilot program this fall, involving 40 courses impacting 120 sections and up to 6,105 students with a savings estimate of $651,000.

Wright State pumps $1.5 billion into economy, supports over 20,000 jobs, according to new higher education study

Wright State University adds $1.5 billion annually to the region’s economy and supports more than 20,000 jobs through its spending on operations and research and through spending by students, visitors and alumni, according to a new economic impact study.

Ohio’s public universities add $42 billion annually to Ohio’s economy

Wright State University adds $1.5 billion annually to Raider Country economy
An economic impact study conducted for the Inter-University Council of Ohio found that the state’s public universities, their students and their statewide alumni added $42 billion in income to Ohio's economy in 2016-17.